“It's about creativity,” says Sarah Drew, who runs Every1Games, a company that provides a skills course in video game production activities along with social and professional development for teens with autism. “Our participants want a chance to make something they … game creation along with social and business skills. “It's a medium of expression — just like a painter uses canvas and paintbrush to tell a story, a game designer does the same thing,” points out Drew.

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Building confidence in autistic teens through video games | rabble.ca